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Hotel Revamped
August 29, 2014   
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The Novotel Warszawa Centrum hotel in the heart of Warsaw, owned by the Orbis Hotel Group and its strategic partner Accor, is undergoing thorough modernization to adjust it to the newest standards of the Novotel chain worldwide.

The Novotel Warszawa Centrum caters primarily to business guests. Work to modernize the reception lobby and business room was completed in November last year. The work lasted a little over a month and was divided into four stages to make sure hotel guests had practically uninterrupted access to the lobby and business room.

Renovation has continued into this year and been divided into stages as well, so as to minimize discomfort for guests. Rooms on 18 floors will be refurbished by the end of this year. Along with state-of-the-art decor and free WiFi, the rooms will offer iPhone and iPad docking stations, in addition to 32-inch flat screen television sets and panels with sockets for devices fitted with USB, audio and video plugs. Guests from countries with different voltage standards will find a selection of matching sockets.

The hotel’s conference facilities and restaurants have also been given a makeover. The breakfast restaurants have been redesigned and the NOVO2 (“NOVO Square”) Lounge Bar have been completely rearranged and furnished with new chairs, armchairs and lamps.

Nine conference rooms have received a new look and equipment designed specifically for the MICE sector and the foyer on the ground floor has new wall decorations and acoustic chairs.

Cyril Vourc’h Papon, who since January has been the general manager of the Novotel Warszawa Centrum hotel, says that all the modernization work has been conducted with guests in mind. “We want to get even closer to them and provide them with the services and comfort they expect,” he said. “Modernization and better comfort are currently my primary objectives and what I will focus on.”
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